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Introduction to 365 rad. Lecturer name: DR ALBADR Chairman of radiology department Lecture Date: 2011. Lecture Objectives. 1- to learned different type of radiology modalities. 2- to have the principle of the indication and contra- indication for different radiology investigation .

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Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

Introduction to 365 rad

Lecturer name: DR ALBADR

Chairman of radiology department

Lecture Date: 2011


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

Lecture Objectives..

1- to learned different type of radiology modalities.

2- to have the principle of the indication and contra- indication for different radiology investigation .

3- Usage of different type of contrast.


Look to the shadow image

Look to the shadow (image)


Which eye is affected

Which eye is affected


The disease in the globe is retinoblastoma

The disease in the globe is (retinoblastoma)


The aim of the physician to reach the diagnosis before surgery

The aim of the physician to reach the diagnosis before surgery


The body is complex simulating a map

The body is complex simulating a map


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

  • WHAT is X RAY ?

  • ELECTROMAGNATIC RADIATION CAUSING IONIZATION IN THE BODY.

  • X RAY IS COMING FROM ??? WHERE ?

  • You need :

  • 1- machine .

  • 2-Patient .

  • 3-detector .


German physicist wilhelm r ntgen discoverer of x rays in 1895

German physicist Wilhelm Röntgen discoverer of X-rays in 1895


Name the bone

Name the bone

1

  • 1-

  • 2-

  • 3-

  • 4- means right hand

2

3

4


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

Name the bone

7

5

1

3

2

8

4

6

9

10


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

Chest x ray (peadiatrics )1-endo-bronchial tube allocated where?2-normal lung is translucent (black)3-what happened to left hemi-thorax ?pleural effusion ? Collapsed lung.


Name number 1 and two

1

2

Name number 1 and two?


Where is the fracture allocated the image for an adult or pediatrics

Where is the fracture allocatedthe image for an adult or pediatrics


Name number 1 and two1

1

2

Name number 1 and two?


1 air is translucent

1-Air is translucent

2- Is the air inside the bowel or outside the bowel


Pneumopertonuim

Pneumopertonuim


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

  • Pneumothorax :

  • A pneumothorax is an abnormal collection of air or gas in the pleural space that separates the lung from the chest wall

  • Pnuemoperitoneum :

  • Pneumoperitoneum is the presence of air or gas in the abdominal (peritoneal) cavity. It is often seen on X-ray, but small amounts are often missed, and CT is needed...


Contrast study

Contrast study

  • Oral contrast:

  • Baruim swallow :A barium swallow (or esophagography) is a medical imaging procedure used to examine the upper GI (gastrointestinal) tract

  • Baruim meal :A barium meal, also known as an upper gastrointestinal series is a procedure in which radiographs of the esophagus, stomach and duodenum

  • Baruim enema :A barium enema, or lower gastrointestinal (GI) examination.

  • I V Contrast :

  • Angiogram

  • Angiography or arteriography is a medical imaging technique used to visualize the inside, or lumen, of blood vessels .

Contrast is radio-opaque


What is the organ examined by this test

What is the organ examined by this test ?

  • 1-Myelogram

  • 2-sialogram

  • 3-mamogram

  • 4-sinogram

  • 5- MRCP

  • Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography

  • 6-ERCP Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography


Baruim meal

Baruim meal


Angiogram which part of the body

1

2

3

Angiogram :which part of the body

B

5

A


Baruim enema double contrast

baruim enema double contrast


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

  • Ultrasound

    An ultrasound machine creates images that allow various organs in the body to be examined.

    The machine sends out high-frequency sound waves, which reflect off body structures.

    A computer receives these reflected waves and uses them to create a picture. Unlike with an x-ray or CT scan, there is no ionizing radiation exposure with this test.


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

  • Ultrasound

  • Aim

  • Tech

  • Advantage vs disadvantage

    Organ limitation

    Uses


Us machine

US MACHINE


Liver and kideny

LIVER AND KIDENY


Us appearance

Us appearance

  • Hyper –echoic:

    Means More bright

  • Hypo-echoic :

    Means Less bright

  • US cannot penetrate

  • Bone and air

  • (skull –lung )

  • Us is operator

  • Dependant

  • Can we do it for

  • Pregnant patient ?


Gall stone

GALL STONE


Ct machine

CT MACHINE


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

  • -Xray computed tomography, also computed tomography (CT scan), computed axial tomography (CAT scan) or computer assisted tomography is a medical imaging procedure that uses computer-processed X-rays to produce tomographic images or 'slices' of specific areas of the body.

  • These cross-sectional images are used for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes in various medical disciplines.


Remember

REMEMBER

  • THERE IS A LARGE AMOUNT OF RADITION

    IN CT EXAMINATION

  • DURING THE STUDY :

  • iv CONTRAST IS USEDE

    WITH PRECAUTION

  • ORAL CONTRAST

    IS SAFE

RADITION RISK-pregnancy ?

CONTRAST RISK


Hemorage inside the brain

HEMORAGE INSIDE THE BRAIN


Name number 1 7

NAME NUMBER 1-7


Ct coronary angiogram

CT CORONARY ANGIOGRAM


Coronal image abdomen ct

CORONAL IMAGE ABDOMEN(CT)


3d abdominal angiogram

3D ABDOMINAL ANGIOGRAM


Mr machine

MR MACHINE


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

MRI

  • MRI can create more detailed images of the human body than are possible with X-rays.

  • is a Medical imaging used in radiology to visualize internal structures of the body in detail.


Lecturer name dr albadr chairman of radiology department lecture date 2011

  • An MRI scanner is a device in which the patient lies within a large, powerful magnet where the magnetic field is used to align the magnetization of some atomic nuclei in the body,

  • Radiofrequency magnetic fields are applied to systematically alter the alignment of this magnetization.This causes the nuclei to produce a rotating magnetic field detectable by the scanner—and this information is recorded to construct an image .


Mri brain

MRI Brain


Mr knee

MR KNEE

IN MRI SOFT TISSUE BEETER VISULIASED


X ray knee

X RAY KNEE

ONLY BONE CAN BE SEEN


Mr knee1

MR KNEE

  • IN X-RAY

    YOU CAN NOT SEE

    THE LIGMENT

IN MRI SOFT TISSUE BEETER VISUALISED


Mr brain axial better to see brain antomy

MR BRAIN AXIAL (BETTER TO SEE BRAIN ANTOMY )


Mr brain sagitall

MR BRAIN SAGITALL

  • WHAT IS THE CONTRA-INDICATION

  • TO DO MRI BRAIN ?

  • سوال بالامتحان

  • 1-

  • 2-

  • 3-


R eference book and the relevant page numbers

Reference book and the relevant page numbers..

  • Radiology secret page 6-30

  • Diagnostic imaging

  • Peter armstrong page 1-13


T hank you

Thank You 


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